In this, article you will learn how to resolve Sorry, No Manipulations With Clipboard Allowed Error in your Mac Device.
Errors are common in all types of device and every error has a route cause to find and resolve. When you receive Sorry, No Manipulations With Clipboard Allowed error on your Mac device, probably its due to a bug on your device or some broken code or corrupted files on your Mac Device.
But you don’t worry you can resolve this error in 4 simply solution:
Solution 1: Restart Your Mac Device
Restarting your Mac Device will solve most of the errors on the devices, without a doubt the error Sorry, No Manipulations With Clipboard Allowed will also go away by restarting your device.
The reason is when you restart your device all the program and application are restart because during the error time maybe some of the program or application is not working or running as expected. So, by restarting your Mac device will get rid of this error.
To restart your Mac device,
- Click on the Apple icon located in the top-right corner, and
- Click Restart, when the drop-down menu shows up.
Solution 2: Use Activity Monitor
If restart the Mac Device doesn’t solve the issue and you are still receiving the Sorry, no manipulations with clipboard allowed error on your device, then follow these steps to quit the app using Activity Monitor.
If the above solution didn’t work, try to use the Activity Monitor using the following steps:
- Go to Applications > Utilities > Activity Monitor
- Click on the Search box
- Type pboard
- You’ll see pboard under Process Name
- Double click on it
- Click Quit.
Now, try using copy/paste in the App where you had Sorry, No Manipulations With Clipboard Allowed Error previously.
Solution 3: Use Terminal to Fix the Error
Using the Terminal app, you can resolve this error, If you are not familiar using Terminal app on your Mac device, you don’t have to worry just following the below steps to terminate or quite the clipboard error on your Mac device.
Follow the steps your Mac device.
- Go to Applications > Utilities > Terminal
- Enter the following command killall pboard
- Now press Enter
- Exit the Terminal on your Mac.
Solution 4: Update your MacOS software
Check if your MacOS has any software update. Updating your MacOS software will resolve the Sorry, No Manipulations With Clipboard Allowed Error in your MacOS Device.
Check the Following steps to update your MacOS:
- On the top-left corner of the screen, Click on the Apple icon
- Next, click on “About this Mac”
- Now click “Software update”
Following the above 4 solution, I hope you can solve the Sorry, No Manipulations With Clipboard Allowed Error in your Mac Device.